Redmine 0.7.0 released

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 9 years ago

This final release brings some improvements and fixes over the RC. You can see the details in the Changelog.

Here are a few notes for those how migrate from 0.6:
  • Some permissions were added to edit issue notes and time entries. You can assign them to your existing roles in Admin -> Roles & Permissions
  • Issue 'edit', 'add note' and 'change status' actions are merged in a single action, accessible by clicking on the 'Update' link on the issue details view
  • Bulk edit functionality is now done by right-clicking on a set of selected issues. You can select issues on the issue list by using checkboxes or by clicking on the rows (Ctrl and Shift keys can be used to select multiple issues)
  • HTML tags are now escaped in wiki content (except pre and code tags)

Note that Rails 2.0.2 is now required. The downloadable release is frozen with this version of Rails and thus no particular setup is needed.

If you use svn to get Redmine and don't want to upgrade your Rails' gem, you can freeze Redmine by running the following from your Redmine directory:

rake rails:freeze:edge TAG=rel_2-0-2

Comments

Added by Tommy Jensen over 9 years ago

Congratulations on the 0.7 release, Jean-Philippe!

Keep up the good work!

Added by Kevin Aleman over 9 years ago

Congratulations and thanks for your hard work!

KRA

Added by Adrian Tarau over 9 years ago

Great work JP!! I'm already on 0.7 :)

Thanks.

Added by Baryon Lee over 9 years ago

Greate!!!
Thank you.

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 9 years ago

A severe bug was found in 0.7.0 (see #1147).
If you use time tracking, please wait for the 0.7.1 release that will come soon.

Added by Digby Field over 9 years ago

Just to say this is a excellent app..
I have it running under Mongrel with MySql.. upgraded from 0.6.3 no problems
Thanks for your work

Added by Charles Finkel over 9 years ago

Hey, I just found this project while searching for a good issue tracker. I must say, this is by far the BEST of it's kind I've used. I am really impressed.

Added by dop in over 9 years ago

Contratulations!! and thank you for your hard work!
I'm gonna install 0.7 soon!!

Added by Adrian Tarau over 9 years ago

Yep, I just realized too. It's not so bad, it can be removed with an SQL query :)

Thanks.

Added by Leandro Lucarella over 9 years ago

I have to say that Redmine is a hell of a project.

It's amazing how fast (and well) is evolving, it's much more complete and polished than the last time I tried.

I'm sold, I just move to it =)